Our Yellowstone Experts answers questions about falling into a geyser, seeing a bear, and booking a hotel room. Which is more fearsome? Also find answers about fees and regulations.
Three major road projects in 2020-2022. A complete closure between Tower Fall and Chittenden Rd, plus delays at the North Entrance and Fishing Bridge to Indian Pond.
Find out what happened when tourists broke the rules and learn three things not to do when you are in the park.
After many trips to Yellowstone, Grand Teton, Glacier and the Black Hills, we've created the ultimate list or our favorite things to bring along.
Rules and regulations for Yellowstone visitors including biking, driving, fires, boating, fishing, and viewing wildlife.
Yes, you can carry a gun in Yellowstone. But it's illegal to fire it - even in self defense. And once you exit Yellowstone, you could be in one of three states.
Pets are prohibited throughout most areas in national parks. It’s best to leave Fido at home, but if your dog is along here's how to make the best of it.
Smoking is permitted only inside vehicles and designated areas. It's forbidden in thermal and natural areas. Boom! As for possessing marijuana, it's illegal on Federal land.
Cell phone service is available in over 50 percent of the park. WiFi is available for purchase at the Mammoth Dining Lounge, Lake Hotel, and Grant Village.
Cars are the best option for taking a trip around Yellowstone unless you are riding with a bus tour or concessionaire.
Take an electric road trip through Yellowstone, Grand Teton and Glacier national parks.
Entrance to see Old Faithful, the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone and other wonders of America’s first national park comes with a small price tag.
Visitors have in the past slipped and fallen into hot springs, or were severely injured with burns from erupting geysers, but it is extremely rare.
Every year, Yellowstone draws in nearly three million visitors—most of them eager to see Old Faithful. The busy days of June through September.
Stay at least 100 yards away from bears and wolves and at least 25 yards away from other large mammals like bison, elk, bighorn sheep, deer, moose and coyotes.
Some seasons, planning a trip to Yellowstone can be a breeze. But in summer, you may need to reserve a year in advance.
Although both black bears and grizzlies have a fearsome reputation for scratching or mauling people to death, attacks rarely occur, and deaths are even chancer.
Our city slicker impulses may be to beep the horn if one bison decides to hold everyone up. Here's what you should do.
As long as there's been a National Park seated on a super volcano, there's been erroneous reports of impending doom.
Are you aware of dangers in Yellowstone National Park? A simple walk in the park can be dangerous. Please take the Yellowstone pledge.
The second edition of Lee Whittlesey's popular book "Death in Yellowstone" was released with 60 new tales of demise.
There are eight main visitor centers, seven of which are inside Yellowstone. The eighth is in West Yellowstone, Montana near the West Entrance.
What to take to Yellowstone with half the world's geysers, tons of wildlife, and hundreds of places to explore? Here are the top 16 essentials.
Is it worth visiting in spring? Fall? Every season brings not only a new landscape to the park, but a variety of exhilarating seasonal pursuits in Yellowstone.
Yellowstone is in the United States, in the states of Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho. This huge park has five entrances and five developed visitor areas.
There are five Yellowstone park entrances in three states, Wyoming, Idaho, and Montana, allowing easy access to this vast park.
Watch a video showing a test tube "geyser" with clear looping chambers underneath. It slowly bubbles until the pressure is reached, creating a blast.